It is no secret that the IP industry is predominantly male orientated, so it is necessary to understand and identify the women’s position when it comes to Intellectual Property while addressing the importance of gender equality to innovation within the industry.
Intellectual property rights are becoming much more important in driving the economic growth and business success, so it’s obvious for more and more companies across the world to globalize and protect their intellectual property assets while managing the innovation trend.
In the health care sector, IP and FDA regulation are closely linked, which means health care companies need to go through two regulatory processes before launching their product in the market and for which they need to develop a carefully planned joint IP and FDA strategy.
IP assets are critical for medical device startups for achieving desired outcomes from business exit, which clearly means that the exit strategy and IP strategy need to be in coordination. It’s the IP which helps them operate their business and attract potential suitors.